Predicted 20th, Finished 3rd | Torquay #10: League One | FM17 Stories

Federico Hurtado has had a rather quiet summer. After finishing 14th in League One last season, Torquay are expected to finish 20th this year. Yet Hurtado hasn’t rushed out to sign too many players and has instead stuck largely with the team that survived League One. Continue reading

Scoring More From Midfield | Torquay #9: League One | FM17 Stories

Welcome to a rather interesting post in VivaTorquay. In the previous post, we saw how Federico Hurtado led newly promoted Torquay to back-to-back promotions from League Two as one tiny tweak was enough to turn around his team’s fortunes. Continue reading

One Tiny Tweak | Torquay #8: League Two | FM17 Stories

Over the summer of 2044, Spanish manager Federico Hurtado received news that the board of Torquay United had, in response to their brilliant Conference-winning season, decided to reinstate the club’s youth setup. Continue reading

Our 47 Goal Striker | Torquay #7: Conference | FM17 Stories

Torquay United have spent the last two years in the Conference after their expected promotion from the Conference South. They are not expected to earn promotion to League Two, however, and any success had in this league would be a shock. Continue reading

Clear Improvement | Torquay #6: Conference | FM17 Stories

Popular manager Federico Hurtado will be very pleased with the progress made in his fourth season in charge of Torquay United. In the previous post we discussed the improvement Hurtado needed to make in the transfer market. Continue reading

Use of the Transfer Market | Torquay #5: Conference | FM17 Stories

Torquay United returned to the Conference after a successful 2040/41 season under Federico Hurtado. After winning the Conference South, Torquay came into the season in high spirits but knew that several signings were needed in order to continue to progress. Continue reading

Promotion | Torquay #4: Conference South | FM17 Stories

Federico Hurtado has achieved with Torquay what many believed should have been achieved a year earlier: promotion. 6 points clear of title rivals Maidenhead, Torquay United have returned to the Conference after two years down in Tier 6 of English football. Continue reading